Study unit code    MP20 2018

Level Study program or it's part Year Semester
1 4100 LAW 1 Summer

ECTS kredits 7

Hours - Lectures 25
Hours - Seminars 5
Hours - Work 18
Hours - e-Work 12
Hours - Individual Student's Work 150

red. prof. dr. PRELIČ SAŠA

Languages - lectures slovene
Languages - tutorial slovene

Knowledge of general institutions in EU law, as well as civil law and company law. 
Content (Syllabus outline)
Company law in EU. Right of establishment. Unification of company law: regulations. Harmonization of company law: directives. Transfer of company seat Cross-border mergers Supranational types of business entities: European company, European cooperative, European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG). Jurisprudence: Centros, Uberseering, Inspire Art, Daily Mail. Company law in EU lege ferenda.  
Š. Ivanjko, M. Kocbek: Korporacijsko pravo, GV Založba, Ljubljana 2003. M. Kocbek (red.): Veliki Komentar Zakona o gospodarskih družbah, GV Založba, Ljubljana 2007. M. Habersack: Europaisches Gesellschaftsrecht, Beck, München 1999. D. Jannot, J. Frodermann: Handbuch der Europäischen Aktiengesellschaft, Müller Verlag, Heidelberg 2005.  
This subject aims to broaden and to deepen basic knowledge on company law by exhaustive and detailed study of specific institutes in EU company law, including relevant jurisprudence. 
Intendend learning outcomes - knowledge and understanding
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to: Demonstrate his understanding of European dimension of company law, especially the meaning of unification and harmonization of the company law Demonstrate his understanding of the influence of the European company law to the domestic legal and economic system.  
Intendend learning outcomes - transferable/key skills and other attributes'
Oral and writing expression of legal problems in european company law, usage of abstract rules of european company law in concrete legal relations. 
Learning and teaching methods
• Lectures, • seminars, • tutorial. Part of the tutorial is in a classroom while the rest is in the form of e-learning (e-tutorials may be given via video-conferencing or with the help of specially designed e-material in a virtual electronic learning environment), • individual work, • dealing in concrete cases, • discussion of judicial decisions.  

Assessment Weight (%)
Written examination 50  
Oral examination 50  
• written examination (a student is admitted to the oral part of the examination on condition he/she passed the written part first), • oral examination